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Could yogurt bacteria someday prevent #HIV?
A #UNL researcher’s novel approach is highlighted by @hilarysk: bit.ly/UGjIhK
NSF award aids UNL engineer’s efforts to build better solar cell
Pelini more positive and definitive about his program and the future of it than he’s ever been
Better late than never, right?
One month ago today, on September 24, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln community shared 24 hours of life through social media. We called it #UNL24.
Here’s what we learned (or relearned):
1. The UNL community is filled with amazing stories from a variety of perspectives.
2. Barriers are low. People are so fluent in social media that inviting a university community to share stories around a simple (and fun) theme takes leg work but not much convincing.
3. The content people shared was powerful - both because so much of it was authentic to that person’s experience and resonated as such or because it was so weighted with emotion, particularly about that person’s connection to UNL.
Go Big Red
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